AppDope: News, Reviews and lots of Free Stuff

A couple of weeks ago the virtual doors were opened on a new website called AppDope.  It's being brought to you by the fine folks who hosted the "12 Days Of Christmas Apps" giveaway last Decemeber, and it's full of news and reviews on the latest and greatest iDevice games, as well as upcoming products.  More importantly though, in keeping with their giving spirits, are the Friday MegaComps.  In order to participate you must register with the site and then actually sign up each week for the competition.  On Friday they'll randomly select winners from all those who have signed up, and each winner will receive a code for one of the games they have to give away for that week.  So what types of games might you expect?  Here's the list from Friday, February 12th 2010:

Nano Rally -
Touch Soccer 3D -
Playground - A Day in the Park. -
Scribattle -
Charadium -
The Secret of The Lost Galleon -
Crazy Turkey Blast -
Mr Repeaty -
Crazy Snowboard -
Scarecrow -
Galactic Gunner -
Atlantis: Magic Smileys -

As you can see they have some strong support from some great indie developers.  Registration is free, so you have nothing to lose.  Go sign up and encourage them to keep the competitions going strong.

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<p>Eric Pankoke has been a gamer for more than 20 years. He began with arcade games, moving to consoles and eventually handhelds and Pocket PCs. Now he spends most of his time on one of his iOS devices. Eric has written more than 700 gaming reviews, which have appeared on a number of gaming websites as well as several issues of both Smartphone & Pocket PC and iPhone Life magazines. He regularly contributes to <a href=""></a> and TouchMyApps. Ultimately he hopes to eventually develop games himself for whatever the hot mobile device is when he finally gets moving.</p>